The data showed that there are 47,387 residential lots in the valley currently at some phase of development.
David Bailey, an Idaho-based engineer, created landproData more than 10 years ago as a way to compile development data in a more efficient way to help buy, sell and develop land.
According to the website, engineering firms, development companies and real estate agencies of all sizes now incorporate landproDATA in their daily work.
Throughout the Treasure Valley, Trilogy Development, Inc., has the most developments in the works, with 997 in entitlement, 4,301 approved and 1,438 in final development. The second largest in the valley is Hubble Homes, LLC, with 351 projects in entitlement, 1,884 approved and 497 in final development. Toll Southwest ranked third with 100 projects in entitlement, 857 approved and 1,007 in final development.
In Ada County, Trilogy again ranked first for the number of projects with 1,976 at some phase of development. But whereas Trilogy ranked first with overall projects, Boise Hunter Homes has the most projects in the approved stage at 1,249. Trilogy only has 992 at that stage, though it has 737 in the final development stage and Boise Hunter Homes has 246.
Hubble Homes and Challenger Development, Inc., ranked second and third, respectively, with 1,538 and 1,337 projects in some phase of development.
In Canyon County, Trilogy again ranked first with overall projects with 3,740 projects at some phase of development. The company by far had the most approved projects at 3,039. Hubble Homes ranked second with 1,194 projects, and Toll Southwest ranked third with 905 projects.
The number of residential lots under development in the valley is down since July, which had a reported 47,594 lots in some phase of development.